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Love Island’s Sharon Gaffka looks very different after dousing her lip fillers and having a ‘fake’ row at the villa

LOVE Island star Sharon Gaffka was spotted looking completely different after dissolving her lip fillers.

The reality TV star, who rose to fame on the ITV2 dating series last year, was known for her blazing ‘Fake’ row at the villa.

Sharon had a furious argument over cosmetic improvements at the mansion

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Sharon had a furious argument over cosmetic improvements at the mansionPhoto credit: Getty
The star has now opted to have her lip fillers dissolved

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The star has now opted to have her lip fillers dissolvedPhoto credit: instagram

Sharon, 26, had a showdown with fellow islander Hugo Hammond after revealing his biggest dislike was ‘fake’.

The influencer proudly defended her decision to get a cosmetic enhancement and slammed her co-star in an epic showdown.

Now it seems the star has changed her mind about her own fillers as she appeared to have her lips puffed up after her villa dumping.

While Sharon was often candid about her improvements and tagged her clinic on social media, she has been just as vocal about her exit.

The star shared a makeup-free selfie with her Instagram followers over the weekend, asking fans if they could see the difference.

“Sauna skin + freckles. On Friday, Dr. Zara Nortley and I did something! Can anyone say that?” She captioned the post.

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Fans were quick to notice the difference in the size of Sharon’s lips and flooded the comments section to praise her decision.

“Loooove that you cleared your filler, you look stunning babe,” gushed one, while a second added, “What a role model you are!”

“You look so beautiful,” agreed a third, while a fourth noted, “You are a beautiful woman with beautiful features.”

Sharon found fame at the villa when she feuded with fellow islander Hugo over his dislike of “fake” women.

Following her move from the villa, she continued how the TV series has been heavily edited – and “not all of it has been seen” by viewers at home.

Sharon and fellow islander Faye Winter – who have both had breast surgeries and lip fillers – weren’t happy with Hugo’s comments.

They accused him of “not understanding” why people get surgery, leading to the pair being accused of “allying themselves” with Hugo as he burst into tears over the ordeal.

But during a recent chat on Capital Xtra, Sharon admitted that fans of the ITV2 dating show “didn’t see everything” and that other things were said when the cameras weren’t rolling.

Sharon told host Will Njobvu, “It was more than the in-game comments that really upset me a bit with those comments.

“You can’t see everything that’s happening and there’s more to it than I told him.”

The reality star continued, “It’s not his bias that’s the problem, it’s the negative connotations he’s used.

“Well, for me I don’t have a problem with his preference, everyone has a preference in everything, that’s totally fine.

“I basically just wanted to say to him, ‘Be a little careful with the language you use.'”

Sharon showed off her new natural look on Instagram

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Sharon showed off her new natural look on InstagramPhoto credit: instagram
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JOE HERNANDEZ

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